2021 Ducati Scrambler Nightshift Reveiled

The Scrambler nightshift has been given a black and gray color finish, with flat bench-like seats and mirrors with a cafe racer style bar.

2021 Ducati Scrambler Nightshift Reveiled

Ducati has introduced another new variant in the Scrambler range, which is named Scrambler Nightshift. The Scrambler nightshift has been given a black and gray finish and has mirrors with a flat bench-like seat and a cafe racer style bar. For the 2021 model, the Ducati Scrambler Nightshift replaces the Scrambler Cafe Racer and Full Throttle variants, in fact this new model is a mixture of both these bikes. The Scrambler Icon is given in the new Ducati red color option, while the Desert Slade is painted bright blue with red paint and the Iceberg White Finia for the Scrambler Desert Slade.

A narrower aluminum handlebar has been provided with the nightshift, which has been replaced by the Cafe Racer clip-ons. This gives an attractive look and better riding position. Small size fender has been installed in the front of the bike, while it has been removed from the previous part. In place of this, a small fender on the swingarm has been given for the previous numberplate and breaklight. Turn indicators have been given in the back of the bike seat. The total weight of the nightshift is 180 kg with gear and fuel lever indicator with LED DRL, LED taillight and LCD LCD instrument panel. In general, Bosch Cornering ABS and Brembo brake clippers are given.

Ducati has an air and oil cooled 803 cc desmodromic engine with scrambler nightshift that comes with brushed highlights with a black finish, while aluminum belt guards are machined finishes. With Euro 5 standards, this engine produces 72 Bhp of power at 8,250 rpm and 66 Nm of peak torque at 5,750 rpm. These three models with Euro 5 standards will probably be launched in the Indian market by the first six quarters of 2021.

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